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BACK TO MY ORIGINAL GAMEPLAN. MONSTER MOVE COMING FOR LITECOIN!

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KRAKEN:LTCUSD   Litecoin / U.S. Dollar
If you've been a follower for long then you know the story of my username, and my plan to make it all back at the time.
Well, it's time to revisit that plan.

Looking at the chart above, current Price action is signalling for a confirmation of a First-Wave Extension.

First-Wave Extension is and impulse move consisting of 5 impulse waves, 3 to the upside (1, 3 & 5) and 2 corrective waves (2 & 4), of which wave 1 is always the longest, and wave 5 the shortest. Wave 3 cannot be the shortest no matter the extension.

Now, as we see from the bottom back in early 2015, price rallied up to new ath's totalling a 83,700% increase in growth before finding support at the 0.382 fib region (This is the first step of a first-wave extension).
Forming a channel in the process after two price touch points at resistance, a second touch at support was made on the 2nd retest of the .382 fib region.

Should this be indeed a first-wave extension, we would have our wave 3 target at just under the 1.618 fib resistance hence, 1.382-1.5 fib resistance should be a good measure of where price would get rejected and aligns perfectly with our channel and fractal (well almost for the fractal )

Should Bitcoin have found it's bottom as explained in my recent analysis (link below) then this should be the bottom as well for litecoin, or we risk testing the horizontal support (orange) once more and a possible wick down to the .618 area($74)

If you agree with this idea, pls leave a like and your thoughts in the comments section.
As always, feedback is appreciated.
Trade active: Next stop for litecoin if we lose this range
shouldn't go past the green zone (123.6) otherwise we go to the 161.8 straight before finding a bottom.

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